Mathematica built on our initial study of KIPP middle schools with this five-year project, designed to address the question of whether KIPP can maintain its effectiveness as the network grows. The study included an impact analysis, an implementation analysis, and a correlational analysis.
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Performance-based bonuses within TIF program drive small, positive impacts in reading.Read more
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KIPP: Preparing Youth for College
Secondary Math Teachers from Teach For America and the Teaching Fellows Programs
Students assigned to TFA teachers scored higher than those assigned to comparison teachers, with the difference roughly equivalent to an additional 2.6 months of math instruction. Students taught by Teaching Fellows teachers had about the same math scores as peers taught by comparison teachers.
Senior Survey Researcher
Lisbeth Goble has expertise developing and administering surveys, drafting interview protocols, conducting qualitative interviews, and analyzing data for both labor and education projects.Featured Publications
- Developing Competency-Based Program Models in Three Community Colleges
- Going to Scale: As KIPP Network Grows, Positive Impacts Are Sustained
- School Choice and Charters
- College and Career Readiness
- School-to-Work Transition
helped raise the math and reading test scores of elementary students by 4 to 10 percentile points.